In this day and age, people are nervous about allowing a stranger into their homes
Brick, New Jersey (PRWEB) April 26, 2010
Computer Clue founder and CEO Tomasz Banas announced his intentions to remain a one-man business today despite the possibility of increasing profits through expansion.
"I truly believe that remaining a one-man operation is in the best interest of my clients," said Banas. "It allows me to provide my customers with the personal level of service required to meet their individual needs."
Currently, Banas offers in-house computer services in New Jersey. In addition to providing repair services, he also helps his clients pick out the right equipment for their personal needs. His company will also set up the equipment, will provide routine maintenance services and will provide lessons to those who are interested in learning more about how to use computer software and hardware.
"I just don't think a large company can offer the personal level of attention to its customers that a smaller company can provide," continued Banas. "By remaining a one-man operation, I get to know my customers and I am able to actually come to their houses to provide them with the services they need."
Offering an in-house computer repair service is one of the specialty areas of Computer Clue. According to Banas, remaining a one-man operation allows him to get to know his customers and to build the level of trust that is necessary to be invited into customers' homes.
"In this day and age, people are nervous about allowing a stranger into their homes," said Banas. "By remaining a one-man operation, I feel I am better capable of establishing a trusting relationship with my customers."
As a one-man operation, Banas is also able to keep the costs down. Since he doesn't have to hire a team of employees and because he is not investing a great deal of time and money on creating a corporate image, he is able to reduce his overhead costs and pass those savings on to his customers.
"With the economy the way it is, finding the money for computer repair and maintenance services can be difficult," said Banas. "This is particularly true for the elderly and for low-income families. By remaining a small business and keeping my costs down, I believe I can help more people gain access to technology."
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